German GP 2011 - Nürburgring

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Race Date: 24 Jul 2011
Number of Laps: 60
Circuit Length: 5.148 km
Race Distance: 308.863 km
Lap Record: 1:29.468 - M. Schumacher (2004)

Turns: 15
Full throttle: 62%
Top speed: 300kph
Longest flat-out section: 12s / 800m
Right/left-hand turns: 9/6
Tyre wear: Medium
Brake wear: High
Downforce level: Medium
Gear changes per lap: 58

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Average fuel use per lap: 2.501kg (source: Williams)
Pit lane time loss: 20.6s

2009 tyre compounds: medium (prime, no marking), super-soft (option, green markings)


2009 Results (In 2010 German GP was held at Hockenheimring):

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Oh dear someone beat Andrew to this :P And your image link is broken btw
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raymondu999 wrote:Oh dear someone beat Andrew to this :P And your image link is broken btw
Sorry, The link is fixed. Man, I feel weird, I think Andrew has cursed me :wtf:
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Î don't know why, but I don't really like this track very much (especially when driving myself), although I'm german.

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MrBlacky wrote:Î don't know why, but I don't really like this track very much (especially when driving myself), although I'm german.
You've driven on this track? 8) I'm jealous! :lol:
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Morteza, you're toast when Andrew finds out you opened this thread... :O :D
A bit of advice, type some info on the track, like results from last year etc...
like Andrew does... :P So we keep the race threads similar...
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No.. do not do it "like Andrew does." Don't let him feel good about it!
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http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/93016
Autosport now reports that Valencia rules are to stand, Silverstone not. Does this mean that Silverstone points will be annulled as it's the only race with these funky regs? :?
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Morteza wrote:
raymondu999 wrote:Oh dear someone beat Andrew to this :P And your image link is broken btw
Sorry, The link is fixed. Man, I feel weird, I think Andrew has cursed me :wtf:
Glad you found the edit button, Andrew couldn't quite get his head around that one.

A nice selection of maps there, good job!
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What's with the Andrew-hate all of a sudden?

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I'm going to this one :)

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Can we remove the wikipedia picture? Wikipedia's corner 4 and 5, FIA regards as one corner 4 so the numbers don't sync up. And it doesn't add much to the first image first
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raymondu999 wrote:Can we remove the wikipedia picture? Wikipedia's corner 4 and 5, FIA regards as one corner 4 so the numbers don't sync up. And it doesn't add much to the first image first
I removed it Raymond and thanks for clarifying it for me. I was thinking about it as well and couldn't find a better image until I got the map on Formula1 website.
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MrBlacky wrote:Î don't know why, but I don't really like this track very much (especially when driving myself), although I'm german.
It does produce interesting races, the weather can spice things up and there are overtaking opportunities. I used to prefer the old speedier first corner though.

GT5 has the "24h" layout, where you get to do the whole of the new circuit before you start the Nordschleife, now that is an interesting track!!!
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I think it would have given a much clearer picture of the OTEBD ban tbh... slow corners are where the OTEBD is more crucial
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